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Special-Lite Brings Out Updated Brochure on FRP Flush Doors

Special-Lite, declared the release of their updated brochure providing details on the novel and important features available in their Fiberglass Reinforced Polyester (FRP) Flush Doors meant to be used in commercial entrances.

Special-Lite® FRP Doors. Credit: Special Lite

The SL-17 FRP flush door manufactured by the company has successfully completed the industry rating and independent tests such as TAS/210/202/203 hurricane rating tests required by Florida and ASTM F1642-04 blast test.

The new line of products added in the brochure include the fire-rated FRP-Clad doors SL-21 and SL-23, which have been subjected to tests in conformity with UL 10C, NFPA 225 and UBC 7-2 standards for deployment in interior applications and also have completed the needed tests to attain Warnock Hersey listing required for fire-rating applications in the USA. The FRP Flush doors offer improved level of corrosion resistance when compared to galvanized steel or hollow stainless steel doors. The upgraded 6063-T6 aluminum alloy stiles and rails and FRP face sheets prevents rust formation on the outside of the door and the foam core blocks out all corrosive materials and water to prevent start of corrosion from inside the door.

The company has recently included the latest adjustable bottom brush selection to the brochure information. The SL-301 adjustable bottom brush, the patent of which is pending and can be used with existing or new Special-Lite flush doors to make up for out-of-position floors that occur in new constructions as well as in the older constructions to prevent air percolation and loss of energy through the bottom of the door.


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